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THE AEGUS, FK1PAY, JUNE SO, 18U3.
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Fireworks at the Columbia.
Rosa 'May: at the lower Sunday,
Rosa Mav Sunday at the Tower.
Buv vour iireworks at the Colum
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, Root btcr 15c fvtr bottle" at Pa
sisr's. "W .'-
-ftnnt hwr 15c rcr bottle at Pas
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"- Baked beans 7c per can at W. Pas
Six bars Kirk's soap 25o at W. Pas
Music all dav at the Tower on the
Mustard sardines 7 per can at V
Balloon ascension at the Tower on
Saturdav sale at Fourth Avenue
Tlir celebration at the lower on
Read Hess Bros.' list of vegetables
Attractions for all at the Tower on
See the Columbia's grand display
Granulated sugar 17 pounds for $1
at W. Passig s
TUnlino TJrht Guard band at the
Do not fail to telephone Hess Bros
lor your Sunday order.
Balloon ascension and parachute
Jeap at the Tower Sunday.
Choice salmon 121c a can at Pas
sing's, L. Weckel's old stand
Ladies slippers. 50 cents, Satur
day, Fourth Avenue shoe store
The Sixth Resriment band, of Mo-
line, plays at the Tower Sunday
Fire crackers two bunches for be as
long as tlrey last at V. Tassig's.
. XXXX coffee 221c per package at
Passig's grocery, 1702 Third avenue.
Men's solid working shoes, 80
cents, Saturday. Fourth Avenue shoe
Men's tine patent leather Pomps.
$1.50, Saturday, Fourth Avenue shoe
Men's slippers. f!0 cents. Saturday,
fourth Avenue shoe ston. 1501
Ladies ifne Dougola patent leath-
V,r,'1' 1C tip Oxford.. 75 cents, Saturday at
v'.Jfiuftli Avenue shoe s.tore.
Cv DoiVt 'it'rget the" big . Oxford sale
"Siif? on at the. Boston: Evcrvoni
-jroinjr awav hiirhlv pleased.
A choice line of fre&h vegetables
und fruits'always on. baud nt Passrg's
. grocery, i xz. liiixu avenue.
. nice robe given with every baby
'-rai-'age Saturday and Monday.
Eaypayme'uts, at Huckstaedt's.
Gus Miller, Jr., is moving into a
cottage at' Tenth street and Second
avenue,- where he "will hereafter re
The condition, of the printers'
," strike't MolTne is .unchanged and
' "H here is vet no prospect of - a . settle-
t' 'Lost A half rrown pug Iog nanaecl
A -suitable' reward will he
"raud for his. return to . 1029 Third
v -; ''-ah'- Matthias Schnell was in Galesburg
v.. vrtsicruav mokins aner lucntuuu
n 38,WOO college which he has the
wntraft for budding. .'
"'Whit carfvas Oxfords, worth $2.50,
fOing at i?1.85. '.They von't last long
- at thwtte prices. - $3 Creoles in Rus-
sia, leather, go at $ 2.35.'? The Boston.
. 1?iN!ffrafnr. Huv nnw. don't
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:rf. vfnlt till the season is over.. You can
" 3r-T -uny tuem on easy terms oi . payiuvui
- ( j' -Without extra charge. Iluckjtaedt.
' v , Oxfords rregular $3 goods gihg at
2.50; cheaier' goods in proportion.
Lot's of bargafus; in- - summer shoes
all throurh the house. The Boston.
We have the " largest VArietv , of
. U It'. I H .l t . lllllll" LM vi VP BIIU V "
rnd at prices lower than' ever.. Call
' and- see them aufvay
, ' . Barstow will indulge in aFourth of
.-'-. 'fta' July celebration thjs year uuder the
: j r uspii tHi of the Home Forum ociety.
v tlliam Jackson aim new v. t. -i ay-
. V',' lor, of thi citv are to be the chief
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;V,s'-Don't forget u wheu.'you want a?
W a'. uieSnritt suit; a tine couch
i-if- ' ' Wd lounge. ,We have them . at all
. "'.prices and "we have enough .variety to
Vi, -1 ; -please von. Lasy payments at, casu
in 8 to be conducted by liev. F. W.
Merrell arid Rev. Jessie Underwood
'-V the singing evangelist, at the head of
.' X Twentieth street, was opened last
renin g. A good attendance was
present and much interest niani
lested. A still alarm called the fire depart
ment to the corner Cor; Nineteenth
street and Fourth avenue at 4:30 yes
terday afternoon, a blaze having
been discovered in the barn
- The only Pure Cream of Tartar
siUaeia in Millions of Home?
premises" of Philip Simmon, at -1907
Fourth avenue." The fire, was sub
dued with nominal damages.
A. L. Gardner, of Chicago, special
inspector of the postoflice depart
ment, arrived at the Harper this
morning and today is conducting the
transfer of the Kock Island postoflice
from Howard Wells to J. W. Potter,
the new postmaster entering formal
ly upon his duties tomorrow "morn
ing. A horse with buggy containing a
young man and two ladies collided
with a wagou on Market square this
afternoon and it looked for an in
stant as if a serious runaway would
result. The horse dashed around on
to Second avenue, but was stopped
and the occupants of the buggy re
moved before serious damage was
Denny Henley, of Buffalo, N. Y.,
who has punched himself out quite
a reputation, arrived in the city
yesterday on a visit to his friends,
Farmer" Burns ana KUiy uioson,
and is holding forth at the Manhat
tan club. He is quick and active,
and his friends are willing to back
him against anv man in America at
124 pounds for $l,O00 to 2,000. He
will remain here for the present.
The Mary Norton went north.
The Mountain Belle, Volunteer
and Irene D. went north.
The Verne Swain made her regu
lar trip to the three cities.
The stage of the water at noon was
4.50; the temperature was 71.
The Volunteer, Irene D., F. C. A.
Denkmann. C. W. Cowls. Pilot and
F. Weverhauser each brought down
eisrht strings of loirs.
Travel over the Rock Island bridge
vesterdav amounted to: Foot
North, G83; south. G(3; total. 1.2S6.
Teams North. Gi5: south, G8G; total.
The Silver Crescent brought up an
excursion from Muscatine today and
the Josephine brought one down
from Clinton. Owing to the threat
ening weather neither was very
larsrelv attended. The excursionists
spent the day at the Watch Tower.
No Kouliii-iijto h- Kouml.
G. 1. Le Veille, who got the con
tract for our new 5n,ti0 Iliirh school
uildLng. cannot furnish the $25,001)
onds as required. Two rich
men of his uomc citv, t.iin-
on. backed o'.it first, and then
ic went to i.mcairo ami got a
similar promise from the president
of the Portage Stone company. The
vice president, Mr. New. was in Mo-
me on Wednesday, however, and
stated that the com pan v wnt a man
j Clinton to investigate Le Veille's
standing, and in consequence had
decided not to ;o on his bond. They
are already o3 his court house bond
at Clinton and are in great fear of
being heldfor Hie face thereof.
breaks' off all' negotiations
Le Veille, and the high school con
tract will be relet immediatelv
Moline Republican Journal.
Gus Engliu. the.meTcb.aut tailor on
Market square, made an assignment
to J. H. Cleland last evening for the
benefit of his creditors. His liabili
ties are not' heavv. aggregating no
more than '.00. , which is about the
amount of his assets.' .The tightness
oF- collections and general close
condition ! of v mcftiey matters, - as
well as ill health, has caused the
tep on . Mr. EDglin's part. He
has manv warm friends who. will
hope that he may regain his feel and
resume business. . .
Bheumtinm Corel in Day. ..
'Mvstic Cir"r"- rheumatism and
neuralgia radically . euros iu' uuuta
three dav- Its action npou-ilie ys '
em is .remarkable and mysterious.
It removes at once the cause and- the
disease immediately disappears. The
first Jose" greatly uenents to t-enis.
Sold by ' ',f
OTTO UKOTJAN, JJrUgglSt,
, Rock Island.
AT HKSS 1IKOS.
... . " For Sunday Dinner.
Strawberries - Blackberries.
Raspberries. .r'? Cherries.
neapples. " ' M.uskmeions.
Tomatoes. Wax Beans. . .
1U '-iy.Z- Jfarsley.
a i 'Etrtr Plant. Caulitiower.
Cucumbers. Spring Chickens.
tAir kinds of home grown vegetables
that are in the market. '
Notloe to Ctrpenter.
- Carpenters' and Joiners' Union, No.
166, will hold a meeting at Hillier's
hall Sunday, June 2. 1893, at 2 p. m.
All members are requested to be
present. M. W. Battles,
Cor. and Sec. Sec.
It wm sometimes a wonder to those who
knew Rosaetti casually that bis friends bore
o patiently with his moods and impulses,
bat it was nevertheless true that be was
deeply beloved, and that his fault were
Powder, No Ammonia; No Alum
A TliVph Done AVeigliing; Kighty I'aund.
Franc Elverson of Point Lobos avenue.
Ban Fi-ancisco, 5s the owner of a ronderf ul
relic in the shape of a mammoth thigh
bone. The bone is in perfect condition ave
a few chips that have accidentally been
elivered from one side near the larger end,
and at first glance one would almost be
willing tode-dore it to bethefemurof some
gigantic extinct unecies of the human race.
In fact, it has not been over 300 years since
such finds as tltis were invariably set down
as tang the remains of giant men. '.
The specimen in question, which is the
head and about three feet of the femur,
one belonged to the extinct American
elephant the "mammoth" of some writers
scientifically called Llephas primigenus.
The bone weighs 80 pounds and 7 ounces,
and its measurements are as follows:
Around the "ball," where it worked in the
-Socket of the hip joint, 43 inches; trans
Terse measurement, 89 inches; smallest cir
cumference, 27 inches; diameter of pithy
or cancellated portion, 9 inches. Before
being broken this bone must have weighed
at least 130 pounds. tet. Inis Republic.
Records from the Bail Fields.
Chicago, June 80. Following are the
scores reported at base ball by League
Clubs: At Cleveland Philadelphia 16,
Cleveland 6; at Pittsburgh Brooklyn 4,
Pittsburg 1; at St. Liouis Boston 5, St.
Louis 2; at Cincinnati Washington 5,
Cincinnati 3; at Louisville Baltimore 6,
Ijouisville 7; at Chicago Xew York 12,
Inter Collegiate University of Virginia
defeated Tj niversity of v isconsin.
TM'orth and South Kail way.
Liscolx, Neb., June 30. The North and
South railway convention received the re
port of its committee favoring the build
ing of a road from the northern boundary
to the gulf to cost $30,000,r(l0, the road to
be built with the proceeds of bonds und
operated by electricity penerated by utiliz
ing the artesian wells of Dakota.the rivers.
streams, etc.. along the line of the road
and the tides of the gulf The resolutions
criticized otlicialsand nsjH-raed the motives
of public men without limit.
isnt what vou want, if your stom
ach and bowels are irregular.
That's about all you got, though,
with the ordinary pill. It may re
lieve you for the moment, but
you're usually in a worse state af
terward Can before.
This is iu-t where Dr. Pierce's
Pleasant Pellets do most good.
They act in an easy and natural
way. very different iroiu the huge,
old-fashioned pills. They're not
only ph-ssuuter, but there's no re
action nittrward, aud their help
lasts. 0:i little sugar-coeted ptllet
for a gentle laxative or corrective
I tlm-o for a cathartic. Constipa
tion, ludigiwtion, Ililitms Attacks,
iJizzmebs, J-:ofc- and iJUious Head
aches, are promptly relieved and
Thev're the smallest, the easiest
to take and the ctwaiM st pill you
can buy. for they're intaranU'i'd to
give satiifuctiou or your money is
You iy oiJy for tho good you
KK YOU IN NEED?
Want a coot
Want a partner
Want a siiua'iun
Want to rent room?
Want a aervant gul
Want to sell a farm
Want to ell a hoiwc
Want to exchange anything
Want te pell hougrhold pooda
Want to make any real estate loans
Want to sell or trade for anything
- Want to 'find customers for anything
CSB THESE COLUMN.
rHB DAILY AKGUS DEUVKKED TTOUR
door ever J evening for lie per wet k.
BICYCLE FREE TO ANY BOY OK GIKU
will will work for un. No mcm-T needeil.
stamp for articular. Write to Tit-Bts Pub
lishing Co., Dearborn street, I hicg .
is "the beat fkin lotion In ue. It contains u
. mineral or oily aubstanccs. Solil by
THE WARREN BROWN CO.
Room 15, Dittoe Block. Daeurt. corner
Third and Brady.
it4 pa;;e Medical troatisc contaiclnc nxuch infor
innttmi and many valuable rocciptf free iku p
plication. Are showing
1 1 fc'-
Correct Prices, to which we invte inspection.
Sboe Store 1804"8ecoi!J avru
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
stove having a tank that cannot be taken off
for filling, onles the burner are closed.
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
stove having an Indicator to show when the
burners arc opul or cioeed.
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
ttove having glass tube to sbow ths drip
ping of ga-onne wnen me si .vj .- in use.
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
stove having burner ttat canut be opened
farther than necevsiry.
THE "QUICK MEAL" is the only
covb baring all par s made of material
which cajnoi mat.
1615 and 1617 Secot d Avenue.
1815 Second Ave.
Koester & Aartin
-Base Ball Headquarters. -
I Cigar Store and Billiard Parlor.
! Always on hand the finest brnnd of diBc:c
J and imported cicar. All brand of tobacco.
1 The .core of all thu ball game wi'l be received
L. OLOCEHOFF, Prop.,
) 1S08 Second Avenue.
Pi S O
all the latest agonies in
Hot Weather jOlothing.
Hot Mer Goods.
Hr are some tempting
As good as usually sold for
LADIES' RIBBED VESTS
As good as is usually sold
32 in. would be cheap
eaougb at 12ic, for
A Complete Line of
At Lowest Prices.
F G. YOUNG, Proprietor.
1728 Second iv.
Fifth Avenue Pharmacy.
HORST VON KOECKRITZ,
Analytic and Dispensing Fbarmacist
Is cow located in bis new building at the corner of Fifth avcuue
and Twenty-third street.
4 F. H
Plumbers, Steam, Gas Fitters.
lTtui?o IIeatiur ami Sanitary Plumliin'r.
Largesblothing and Shoe Stores
(Hot ffeallier Gooi
NEW PONGEES -In
Extia values in
Woolen DrtfS8 Goods,
By gettiDg first-claes goodfi
at lowest prices.
Tom Roskn field.
in Rock Island County.
Clothing Store 1729 Second Avenue